Giving us some immeasurable goodies in the non-physical afterlife.
But how are we delivered to this after-life without God interacting with the physical universe? I addressed this in the quoted post.
If you wrote a computer VR, you could do it in a way that you could extract data from it, without the participants knowing.
By "VR" I assume you mean "Virtual Reality"? In that case, yes the participants may be unaware
of the interaction, but it is still happening. Hence the reason I stated "God is on trial here, not man." We may be unable to detect God's interaction with the physical world, but that doesn't mean there is none. In this case, to argue whether god does or doesn't exist can only be an argument from ignorance. However, if there is a being who could detect God's interaction, and explain it scientifically, God would no longer be perceived as a God -- God would cease to be supernatural. This is the crux of my argument: there is no possibility for the supernatural to exist in the natural world.
(@Whateverman - is this a more desirable wording for you?)
Edit: I wanted the notes of the quotes to be at the bottom of the post. Is there a way to do that?
Edit 2: To further attempt to clarify my argument: If the universe was created, there was some cause which effected its creation. This "creator" may be an entity that exists beyond the parameters of our universe; it may not obey the same physical laws as everything inside the physical universe, but this doesn't make it supernatural; it is only our limited perception which declares such a being "supernatural". We used to believe the Sun was supernatural, because its nature was beyond our perception, but now we know it is a very natural entity. True, there may be things that are forever beyond our scope, and the creator of the universe is a fine candidate, but this doesn't prove supernaturalism. Even a being existing outside our physical realm must exist in some sense, it must obey some laws even if they are mutually exclusive to our physical laws. The only alternative is that the creator of the universe is a singularity
which both exists and does not exist simultaneously -- and so it can have no attributes of a Theistic god -- and by obeying no laws, having no space or time to exist in, holding no parameters or characteristics it is the closest thing to supernaturalism I can perceive, but I still don't think it qualifies. I think this singularity would be the root of all physics, and if all physics can one day be explained we will have also explained the singularity behind the event which was our universe.